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Hi, my name is Alex. Welcome to this punctuation lesson on commas. This will be very helpful to those of you who are just learning to write in the English language, or especially those of you who are preparing to get into university. Okay, so we have a couple of different rules, there are actually more than right now, we'll put them up, we'll put the rest up later. So let's look at the first rule of using a comma. So here I have a sentence saying, "Tom wanted to buy a pizza, but he didn't have any money." So this is an example where you have two independent clauses linked by a linking word, in this case the word is "but". And when you have two independent clauses, first of all, what is an independent clause? An independent clause is a sentence that expresses a complete thought. So it's a full sentence. So for example, "Tom wanted to buy a pizza," is one independent clause. The other independent clause is, "He didn't have any money." He didn't have any money. We link those two independ...